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A193 B16 Stud Bolts size 1" produced from 23.23mm size rod

A193 B16 Stud Bolts size 1" produced from 23.23mm size rod

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Sir,

Could some one explain how the stud bolt size 1" be produced from 23.23mm size round bar i.e slightly greater size be produced from smaller size material.

Thanking in advance.

RE: A193 B16 Stud Bolts size 1" produced from 23.23mm size rod

Rolled threads?

Regards,

Mike

RE: A193 B16 Stud Bolts size 1" produced from 23.23mm size rod

The thread rolling process uses a blank at pitch diameter to make the final part with the thread major diameter larger and the minor diameter smaller than the original blank diameter.

RE: A193 B16 Stud Bolts size 1" produced from 23.23mm size rod

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